fresh air, sun, smell from the herbs and an endless view of the bright
blue Aegean Sea. You can have this view from almost every single
point of your route.
Things to be taken into consideration; it was not until the mid 1990s
that the first proper roads were constructed. These are; a) From
Chora to Arkesini southwards
and b) from Chora to Egiali northwards.
Before then, the car as a means of transport
was of little importance. Donkeys used to be the essential means of transport
by land and therefore, a well-designed "system" of cobbled paths used
to cross the island and guarantee the transportation of goods to the villages.
Despite the fact that nowadays the car has already "invaded" the island,
amorgos remains peaceful and quiet.
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paths have mostly been preserved, providing us with amazing
opportunities of exploring the island.There is also the
route to the Mountain Korakas, which is the highest mountain
of the region. A lot of interesting opportunities for exploration
can be found in the Bay of Egiali in the north of the island,
such as the remote small bays of Megali Vlichada and Mikri
Vlichada which are also suitable for swimming.
Whichever route you choose, rambling round amorgos is a celebration for all the